People: Stanley Fischer joins BlackRock in advisory role

Stanley Fischer
David Vaaknin

United States: Veteran central banker and academic Stanley Fischer has joined BlackRock as a senior adviser, the asset manager revealed in an internal memo on February 13.

Fischer will work within the BlackRock Investment Institute, an arm of the company that publishes research. In the memo, chief executive Larry Frank and vice-chair Philipp Hildebrand said Fischer will be a “key contributor” to the department’s research and dialogue with stakeholders. He also will support BlackRock’s

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